ChildhoodBook - 1998
From Library Staff
Uniquely imagined and vividly evoked, André Alexis’s prize-winning novel chronicles the childhood — or perhaps the loss of childhood — of Thomas MacMillan, who sets out to piece together the early years of his life. Raised in a Southern Ontario town in the ’50s and ’60s, Thomas is abandoned to th... Read More »
Having recently lost his parents, middle-aged Thomas MacMillan reflects on his childhood experiences, both with his grandmother during his boyhood, and later with his mother in the Ottawa home of Henry Wing, the man who broadened Thomas's world in many ways.